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Tottington: One of the Dick Kerr overhead electric rail coaches that operated experimentally on the Holcombe Brook branch for five years before the line was converted to third rail operation in ...
Bury and Tottington District Railway
W A Camwell Collection (Courtesy Mark Bartlett) [//1913] Ref: 29271


Tottington: Holcombe Brook branch closure notice posted at Tottington station, also announcing the closure to passengers and parcels, on and from Monday 5th May 1952, of Woodhill Rd Halt, Brandleshome Rd ...
Bury and Tottington District Railway
W A Camwell Collection (Courtesy Mark Bartlett) [03/05/1952] Ref: 21531


Tottington: It looks like there was an intention to double the line later when the Holcombe Brook branch was built in 1882. This is Tottington viaduct with its double width piers ...
Bury and Tottington District Railway
Mark Bartlett [13/12/2008] Ref: 21802


Tottington: The station at Tottington, almost 57 years after the last passenger train called, but with the platform remains still in place. This view is towards Greenmount and Tottington viaduct is ...
Bury and Tottington District Railway
Mark Bartlett [13/12/2008] Ref: 21910


Tottington: A view over Tottington viaduct, along the Holcombe Brook branch (Kirklees trail), towards Greenmount and the terminus. The local landmark, Peel Tower, can be seen high on Holcombe Moor.
Bury and Tottington District Railway
Mark Bartlett [26/05/2009] Ref: 23852


Tottington: Tottington station is the only one on the former Holcombe Brook branch to retain significant remnants. In this view towards the terminus the concrete platform face can still be ...
Bury and Tottington District Railway
Mark Bartlett [26/05/2009] Ref: 23856


Tottington: The view towards Bury through the site of Tottington station, showing the old platform face on the right and the track bed, now a cycleway and footpath, leading away towards ...
Bury and Tottington District Railway
Mark Bartlett [26/05/2009] Ref: 24015